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Wild Flowers

Coaching Young Adults

The transition from adolescence to adulthood is a time of great expansion. For some, it marks the first time they are living away from home. This type of transition brings along added responsibilities, such as managing housing and finances, while balancing college or career obligations with new relationships.

 

However, young adults with an ADHD diagnosis often struggle to keep up with their more neurologically-able peers. This has less to do with ability and more to do with the fact that ADHD brain development lags behind neurotypical brain development by 30 to 40 percent.  

Young adults, in particular, benefit from working with a coach who understands how ADHD impacts all areas of life. 

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What clients may expect from a coaching session: 
 

  • Understand and appreciate their unique ADHD/neurodivergent brain wiring

  • Cultivate self-awareness, self-compassion, and self-acceptance 

  • Identify their learning strengths 

  • Pinpoint recurring patterns that hold them back

  • Explore strategies that will support them in their journey

  • Gain self-advocacy skills for themselves and their communities

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